Salt Lake County Community Partners Grant Program
UPDATE: Due to overwhelming response and some technical issues, we have EXTENDED THE GRANT DEADLINE TO MONDAY OCTOBER 5 AT NOON
The Community Partners Grant is a COVID-19 relief program for 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(6) nonprofit organizations based in Salt Lake County working in the following four areas:
1. Housing and Homeless Services
2. Education and Childcare services
3. Business Training & Support
4. Arts and Culture
Salt Lake County will award one-time payments funded through federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) funds to organizations that are approved.
To be eligible, organizations must meet ALL of the following criteria:
- Be based in Salt Lake County and directly providing services to Salt Lake County residents
- Be a 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(6) for at least 5 years
- Be in one of the following industries that has been impacted by COVID-19:
- Housing and Homeless Services
- Education and Childcare Services
- Business Training and Support
- Arts and Culture
- In need of support for programming or expenses directly related to the impact of COVID-19
Application Opening Date:
September 18, 2020 at noon
Salt Lake County is seeing a need within the community and working to address it. All applications will be carefully considered, and then decisions will be made on approvals.
The application will be open September 18–October 2, 2020.*
*The application deadline has been extended to 12 pm on Monday, October 5.
All applicants are strongly encouraged to have a representative at the Application Training + Q&A session which will be held at 9 a.m. on September 18 via WebEx. Please RSVP below. The recording will be available following the live event.
Restrictions & Expectations
Nonprofit organizations directly providing services to Salt Lake County residents are eligible to submit proposals. All nonprofit entities must submit proof of existing 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(6) status in order to be eligible to apply for funding. Organizations cannot use funds for expenses incurred before July 1, 2020, projects previously budgeted by the organization or for revenue replacement.
Case management is a requirement for all funds awarded under this RFA, with a minimum requirement of one check-in following award. Community Partners Grant Program staff may request updates at any time. Grants over $50,000 will have more stringent reporting requirements. Other requirements associated with case management and reporting will be addressed in the Application Training + Q&A session, and attached in the ZoomGrants application Library.
Applications will become the scope of work of the agreement.
Grantee accepts and agrees that County and Federal auditors, including but not limited to those with the United States Department of the Treasury, will be permitted access to all records related to this application, whether approved for a grant or not, and, if applicant is successful, related to the expenditure of any grant funds awarded. Awardees must keep proper documentation for six years.
Grant funds received pursuant to this program cannot be used for any loss or expenditure where Grantee has or will receive other federal, state, local, or private funding for the same loss or expense if the Grant funds, when added to any other funding received or anticipated, exceeds the actual cost of any loss or expenditure. Applicant understands that spending Grant funds in violation of this provision may be a violation of federal, state or local law and agrees to return such funds to the county upon request.
- Verification of how the application is COVID-19 related
- Copy IRS Tax Designation
- Copy of 2019, 2020, and 2021 approved budget
- List of Board of Directors
- Written conflict of interest policy
- Written procurement policy
- Documentation of community served
- Documentation that the project was not underway prior to July 1, 2020
- Documentation that the project wasn’t previously budgeted for 2020
- Documentation that the funding will not be a direct revenue replacement
Webinar and Q&A
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, reasonable accommodations (including auxiliary communicative aids and services or alternate formats) for individuals with disabilities may be provided upon receipt of a request with five working days’ notice. To expedite accommodation requests and coordination, call (385) 468-7001. TTY/TDD users should call 7-1-1. If you are unable to attend on this date, contact Lauren Littlefield via the number above or at firstname.lastname@example.org.